Deaf American group enjoy dressing experience in Kyoto

April 3, 2016
The Americans enjoy an experience with 
kimono, a Japanese traditional dress.


An American group of ten Deaf people traveling Japan experienced dressing at the "Alissa House Museum" in Kyoto-shi on April 2.

They are former teachers aged over 70, visiting Tokyo and Hiroshima on a group for about two weeks.

The Japan Business Sign Language Association in the city, which teaches sign language to entertainment business persons, was requested by an American guide and served as an interpreter.


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